Sundown Bar & Grill attracts hungry stomachs with a menu full of tasty chewables, grilling up its signature ribs on Wednesdays and much-loved burger baskets all week. Redden thankful fingers and occasional noses with a half-rack of Sundown’s barbecue ribs ($11.50) on hump day, or stop in anytime to feast on burger, bacon-cheeseburger, and mushroom-and-swiss-burger baskets ($6 each) weighed down with fries. The burger averse can aim teeth at the breaded tenderloin ($6) or grilled-cheese ($4.50) baskets while scrawling plans on a nearby napkin for ridding the world of burgers.
That Golf Place stocks a bounty of golfing equipment and apparel to assist players along the path to less stressful swings and lower scores. The shop carries a wide variety of gear by top industry brands, including golf balls by Callaway, Bridgestone, Taylor Made, and Srixon, and wedges by Cleveland and Mizuno. Additionally, the shop’s passionate staff tailors clubs to fit owners' preferences through regripping and shaft-fitting services, and also stock an assortment of game-improving accessories. Golfers can sheathe their woods or post-mulligan embarrassment with their favorite species of animal-head cover.
We serve freshly prepared food from as many local resources as possible. We cook your meal when you order it, and feature fresh baked bread, hand cut steaks, fresh ground beef, hand cut fries and chips, homemade pickles, mayonnaise, salad dressings, homemade pickles, fresh baked pies, and nightly specials. New Orleans Style
The Depot Express delights hungering tongue buds with a smorgasbord of specialty pies, as well as a slew of toppings for persnickety pizza patrons to create their own. The menu boasts belly-please combinations, such as the omelette breakfast pizza, adorned with egg, green pepper, onion, mushroom, canadian bacon, and the lactic duo of cheddar and mozzarella cheeses (12" for $12.99), and the supreme pizza, blanketed with beef, sausage, pepperoni, onion, mushroom, black olive, and green pepper (14" for $14.99). The barbecue-sauce-slathered cowboy ranch variety loads on the meat ($16" for $16.99), while the taco pie dons a disguise of refried beans, ground beef, and piñata-shaped tortilla chips to hide from pizza-centric crime syndicates (12" for $12.99). Dough-based artists can create a meal masterpiece with traditional toppers, as well as more exotic trappings, such as fajita chicken, pickles, and sauerkraut ($10.99+). Individual pizza slices are perfect for light snacking before deep-space diving expeditions ($1.98).
Fiery red paint splashes the walls of Casa Tequila Authentic Mexican Grill, creating the illusion of heat. Sizzling plates of fajitas emerge from the kitchen, fanning the flames with soft tortillas and hot strips of chicken. Nearby, grilled T-bones and rib eyes amplify the warmth with spicy jalapeños and ranchero sauce. Like most of the menu’s selections, these dishes are made from scratch using super-fresh ingredients. To lower the temperature, barkeeps craft margaritas that are cooler than an iceberg wearing an Elvis wig. Available in a variety of flavors and sizes, these drinks showcase a lineup of more than 50 tequilas. Diners can also enjoy their meals at outdoor tables, amid refreshing breezes and the shade of patio umbrellas.